ST 8331: Dynamic Systems Modeling and Simulation Tools

2 Credits

Techniques for modeling complex systems and predicting and evaluating consequences, risks and the potential utility of interventions and countermeasures in the context of intentional disruption or use of the system as an attack vehicle. Importance of inter/intra system modeling. Variety of modeling approaches. How systems can be characterized focusing on the parameters that are important for consequence assessment, risk assessment, capability benchmarking, and decision support. Develop a systems and simulation-based approach to risk assessment, preparedness, intervention assessment, and problem solving.

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